01. It's not a good time to talk to the boss about a raise; he's been in a bad [mood] all day.
02. She is very [moody], so I never know what to expect from her.
03. According to some research, people's [moods] are often influenced by the weather.
04. The crowd was in an angry [mood] when the company spokesman came out to explain why they were shutting down the factory.
05. The Princess appeared to be in a thoughtful [mood] as she met with patients and staff in the hospital's children's ward.
06. The [mood] in the Israeli capital is tense tonight with news of the sudden collapse of the peace talks.
07. All of New Jersey is in a celebratory [mood] after the Devils won the first game in this, the Stanley Cup final.
08. Martin Buxbaum once said, "I have seen the sea when it is stormy and wild; when it is quiet and serene; when it is dark and angry. And in all these [moods], I see myself."
09. Recent studies support the observation that different colors suggest different [moods]; green is positive, black is powerful, red is exciting, blue is serene, and yellow is attention-getting.
10. She wears a ring that supposedly changes color when her [mood] changes, turning green when she is calm, and red when she is angry.
11. Portugal has been described as a gentle country, both in terms of its climate, and the [mood] of its people.
12. A recent study found that [moods] influence how effectively people accomplish tasks together.
13. Some psychologists suggest that creative individuals are more likely to suffer from [mood] disorders.
14. The few English songs which have survived from the thirteenth century show a variety of [moods].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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